Superlative sentence examples

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  • The poets and the philosophers paid him enthusiastic homage, and all the distinguished women of the day testified to his superlative merits.

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  • The judges found it difficult to pick the person with the superlative performance in the talent show.

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  • In the superlative in English you would never say the goodest and you don't in French either.

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  • A superlative in English describes something that is at one extreme or the other.

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  • At the end of the year, the class decided to pass out awards to recognize their peers' superlative talents and efforts.

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  • In other words, these wines may offer investment opportunities for wine collectors…or just a superlative wine to be enjoyed later if one has patience and fortitude.

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  • With a little practice you will have mastered comparative and superlative sentences in French.

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  • Lord Chatham used words equally superlative.

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  • For the most part, comparative and superlative sentences in French are not difficult because the construction is similar enough to English that most French language learners pick up on the idea quickly.

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  • superlative of everything good that you choose to call Him.

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  • He was beginning to doubt his superlative detecting skills when it dawned on him that she might be using a maiden name.

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  • superlative adjectives for a 40-minute lesson.

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  • True genius in life is rare, but no other superlative more accurately describes Thierry Henry's footballing ability.

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  • His "Triumph of the Republic" (1881-1886), a vast quadriga for the Arc de Triomphe, Paris, is perhaps more amazingly full of life than others of his works, all of which reveal this quality of vitality in superlative degree.

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  • In Hebrew to repeat a word three times meant the superlative degree....

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  • Therefore, efficiency would suggest that only the one word label " lord " would be sufficient to express this superlative concept.

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  • superlative scenery.

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  • superlative degree... .

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  • They were, besides, pioneers in laying down level greens of superlative excellence.

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  • Comparative and superlative sentences in French are not difficult to master.

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  • We shall also encounter the adverbial superlative and discover how to express " not yet " and " no longer " .

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  • superlative chronometer Officially Certified.

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  • superlative academic performance during their study in the Singapore Polytechnic.

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  • superlative concept.

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  • The optics on this unit are quite superlative, and one nice feature is the spring loaded flip up lens caps.

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  • Another jewel in an already superlative crown ' (International Record Review) Britten: ' Who are these children?

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  • The principal exports are wool, woollen, cotton, linen goods, machinery, china, pianofortes, cigarettes, flannels, stockings, curtains and lace, cloth from Reichenbach and Zittau, watches of superlative value from Glashiitte and toys from the Vogtland.

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  • The Griffin Wind Farm proposal lies in the center of this 'golden triangle ' of superlative scenery.

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  • Of importance to the students would be their superlative academic performance during their study in the Singapore Polytechnic.

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  • Bien also has a superior comparative and superlative form: mieux.

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  • (2) A wingless, sedentary creature is turned into a winged one with superlative powers of aerial movement.

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  • The adjective has four degrees ot comparison-positive, equative, comparative, superlative; as gldn, " clean," glaned, " as clean (as)," glanach, " cleaner," glanaf, " cleanest."

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  • It is possible, though not certain, that even those judaizing missionaries at Corinth whom Paul styles "false-apostles" or, ironically, "the superlative apostles" (2 Cor.

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  • From the pages of his teeming note-books he took the material for his lectures, arranging and rearranging it under such titles as Nature, School, Home, Genius, Beauty and Manners, Self-Possession, Duty, The Superlative, Truth, The Anglo-Saxon, The Young American.

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  • He 's the superlative of everything good that you choose to call Him.

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  • True genius in life is rare, but no other superlative more accurately describes Thierry Henry 's footballing ability.

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  • We shall also encounter the adverbial superlative and discover how to express " not yet " and " no longer ".

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  • Last week I prepared 4 different kinds of worksheets on comparative and superlative adjectives for a 40-minute lesson.

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